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To assist illustrators and designers in embedding their metadata, Carl Siebert posted a Google licensable badge resource page. ...

We have until the end of this year to get S 1273, the CASE Act, passed by the Senate – and finally get justice for individual creators!...

Google has launched their Licensable Images badge, which permits visual artists to indicate in search results which images are licensable and link to the license page....

Jesús Cedeño has published a comprehensive blockchain technology resource guide – a technology which is being implemented to manage creative works rights....

Every day at 7 a.m. EDT, Behance is live-streaming well known illustrators, designers, and artists as they work on projects and answer viewers’ questions. If the live-stream is too early for you, you can also watch archived presentations. ...

For World Design Day 2020, themed “Design is Professional”, we explored what it is to be a professional, and what role ethics play in design....

To help our community stay informed on COVID-related news and weather a work slowdown, the Guild has launched two resource pages....

Working from home with children is like speeding through a circus while carrying a stack of your grandmother’s prized china....

For Women’s History Month, we interviewed a few women Graphic Artist Guild members about their work and the women role models who inspired them. ...

There are a few free alternatives to Creative Cloud which, while unable to offer all that Adobe can, are still worth checking out. ...

Adobe's recent decision to limit Creative Cloud users to the most recent versions seem to be a response to ongoing litigation, and reveal an uncomfortable truth about software licensing....

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